Waste Management

In Search of the Best Liquid Waste Disposal Method

Before you choose a liquid waste disposal method for your business, you need to take several things into account. For example, the cost is a major consideration. You also have to consider the kind of waste material you handle, the people involved, and whether you need frequent dumping or not. Here are some of the filtration types you can select.

Bag Filtration

Bag filters are good for small applications. Otherwise, it’s too expensive to keep replacing the bags. They are good for limiting the volume of waste you want to create and for trapping and disposing of hazardous materials.

Cartridge Filtration

Cartridge filters are more effective than bag filters. In fact, they can handle ten times the liquid waste disposal tasks as most bag systems. However, like bag filters, they have limits and work well for small systems.

Dewatering Filtration

Some of the best waste filtration systems work by dewatering waste liquids. Many businesses like these systems because they’re efficient and simple to use. Here is how they work.

You contact a company that rents or sells dewatering disposal units. They bring the units to your place of business and drop them off where you need them. You connect your waste drain to the unit, and it does all the work. It has a specially modified satin polyester filtration system which can trap particles as small as 330 microns. After filtration, water drains from six different drain ports and is safe enough for common sewer or septic disposal systems. The solids stay in the unit. Once full, you dispose of the solids properly.

Renting your liquid waste disposal system is the easiest method. Your dewatering unit company delivers the units and picks them up when they’re full, bringing you an empty unit in its place. Dewatering units can hold as much as 30 cubic yards of solids.

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